Category: Better Writing

Advice from the Writing Masters: James Clear

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James Clear is the author of Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones. It’s one of the best-selling business books of all time. Atomic Habits has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide. There are over 116,000 reviews on Amazon. 84% of the reviews are  »  Read More

Authors: 5 Benefits of Walking

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Quick! What do Charles Dickens, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Albert Einstein have in common? They all loved to walk. So did Claude Monet, Ernest Hemingway, Soren Kierkegaard, Ludwig Van Beethoven, and Marie Curie. Hundreds, maybe even thousands, of creative folks loved to walk. There must be something to it. There  »  Read More

What you would do, begin it

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“What you would do, begin it. Boldness has wonder, power, and magic in it.” There are several versions of that quote from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s “Faust.” It’s good advice no matter which version you prefer, especially if you’re a writer. What you would do Whether it’s a book, a blog  »  Read More

3 Writing Books You May Not Have Heard Of

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There are many books that can teach you how to write better. But most of the recommendations you will see are for books that are popular today. Here are pointers to three excellent books that have slipped out of the public eye. The Art of Nonfiction: A Guide for Writers and Readers by Ayn Rand“Culled from sixteen  »  Read More

How to Write Simply

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There are plenty of good reasons to write simply. But how do you do it? A little planning is a powerful thing Start with a little planning. Start by making note of who you’re writing to. What do you know about him or her? What do you want your reader to think, feel, or do when they finish reading your piece?  »  Read More

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